Thursday, December 11, 2014

Robin, Goldfinches, Juncos, and Towhees Eating Devil's Walking Stick Berries



Devil's Walking Stick trees (Aralia spinosa) provide a bounty of purple berries in early fall that is a feast for birds such as American Robins, Dark Eyed Juncos, American Goldfinches and Eastern Towhees. You'll hear many other birds calling in the background. This is a great native plant (Eastern U.S.) to develop in the yard for bird lovers especially at a transition from grass to forest. 

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Robin, Goldfinches, Juncos, and Towhees Eating Devil's Walking Stick Berries